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Customized Care

Our specialized programs provide the flexibility to address client’s individual treatment requirements, giving each person the best chance for recovery. Everyone is welcome and no one will be turned away regardless of the care needed. Individuals receiving support are called service partners as we view the relationship between NCADD and our service partners as a partnership working together to address the individual’s personal issues.

We work hard to maintain the dignity of each client by respecting their right to make choices, giving them input into the design of their own treatment and recognizing their culture and lifestyle. We wish to make this a positive life changing experience for each service partner and to let them know that we are pleased that they have decided to be a part of our program.

Alcohol Dependence

NCADD-GDA offers an abstinence-based program of education, therapy, and physical healing. Through a variety of interactive educational and therapeutic counseling, clients learn the coping skills necessary for a healthy lifestyle.

Clinical Services

NCADD-GDA Clinical Services Program is designed for the unique difficulties faced by people who are addicted to drugs, including cocaine, heroin, marijuana, prescription and designer drugs.

Treatment & Prevention Services
Men, Women, and Adolescents Boys & Girls 12-17 years of age

Recovery Coaches

Peer led Support Services designed to improve treatment outcomes and sustain sobriety.

Alcohol Highway Safety Program

Substance Abuse Evaluations & Assessment for Drivers License Restoration.  For motorists who loss driving privileges due to alcohol, drug violations, or other court ordered offenses.  A trained substance abuse counselor will review your history and provide you with the necessary documentation for your case.  NCADD-GDA offers this class every 3rd Saturday 9 a.m. 16647 Wyoming, Detroit, MI 48221.

The Alcohol Highway Safety Program helps people who have been arrested for drinking and driving offenses (OUIL & OWI). The program is designed to encourage the participant to examine their behavior and make changes that prevent future occurrences.